The Washington Capitals have become the first team in NHL history to sell advertising on their jerseys. The Capitals first ad partner will be Caesar's Entertainment.
The NFL is going to shake up their normal postseason schedule by playing one of their six Wild-Card games on Monday Night Football, according to a report.
Video from local news outlets and onlookers on Tuesday showed the roof of the Caesar's Superdome in New Orleans on fire.
President Joe Biden and the European Union have agreed to try to reduce global methane emmissions by 2030 mainly by targeting fossil fuels.
A fight between two Browns fans escalated into a wild melee involving as many as a dozen people before the Browns took on the Texans Sunday.
The vice president of the United States devoted her attention Saturday afternoon, not to the thousands of illegal immigrants packed into squalid conditions in Del Rio, Texas.
Giants guard Nick Gates had to be carted off the field Thursday night after suffering a lower leg fracture in New York's game against the Washington Football Team.
A Republican lawmaker in Erie County, New York, has vowed to veto public funds to construct a new stadium for the Bills if a plan to force fans to provide proof of vaccination remains in place.
The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has fired one of its agents for failing to properly investigate the sexual assault claims against former USA Gymnastics physician Larry Nassar.
Navy assistant football coach Billy Ray Stutzmann was fired on Monday in response to his refusal to receive the coronavirus vaccine.
The chief of staff to Biden's Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Karen Olick, suddenly resigned on Monday, according to a report.
A falling stray cat can thank his lucky stars and stripes after his almost assuredly fatal plunge was broken by a fortunately placed American flag.
Franklin Graham posted a patriotic tribute to those who perished on 9/11 20 years ago and to those who have protected our nation for the past two decades from radical Islamist extremism.
ESPN college football reporter Allison Williams has decided to step down from her role during the upcoming season due to her network's coronavirus vaccine requirements.
The NFL has not said whether it plans to honor America or the 13 service members who recently lost their lives in Afghanistan during the Thursday night season opener between the Cowboys and the Buccaneers, according to the Association of Mature Citizens (AMAC).
ESPN NFL Draft analyst and college football sideline reporter Todd McShay will take "some time" to focus on his "health" and his "family" after a disturbing television appearance last weekend.
Ex-MLB pitcher Kyle Farnsworth blasted an MLB player on Twitter for missing a September game due to "general soreness."
Professional offended guy (it seems to be his full-time job) Rex Chapman took to Twitter on Friday night to voice his outrage over the large crowd at the Virginia Tech-North Carolina game, calling it the "COVID-Bowl.
If you can't win the game, try to win the fight. That seems to be what an older North Carolina fan was thinking as he charged into the Virginia Tech student section launching haymakers.
MLB legends and MLB Network (MLBN) personalities Al Leiter and John Smoltz will no longer appear at MLBN studios after the pair refused to comply with the network's vaccine mandate, the New York Post reports.
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